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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Susan Diaz. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Susan Diaz, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Susan Diaz. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Susan Diaz, often where they are interviewed.

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Talking with Susan Diaz and Will Lamont of The 4AM Report

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In episode 13 of Podcaster Stories, I sit down with Susan Diaz and Will Lamont, business partners at c+p digital, and co-hosts of The 4AM Report.

The show combines marketing discussions, societal issues, wacky lessons from marketing mishaps, and more. Having just celebrated the one year anniversary of the show, Susan and Will dropped in to talk about the experience so far.

Topics up for discussion this week include:

  • how their love of asking people questions, and going with the flow, resulted in the podcast
  • how the 4am hook came from being up at 4am in the morning as agency owners, worrying about clients, work projects, etc
  • whether they would have a live show at 4am in the morning
  • how they use bonus content in the 4pm show, Thirsty Thursday
  • how they became comfortable with controversial topics on their show
  • why marketing should be fun, and how they’re using their show to promote that
  • why brands need to be be consistent when talking about their values around societal issues
  • how Will’s behind the scenes experience has helped the podcast overall
  • why having a co-host helps drive the efficiency of their own podcast, and those they produce for others
  • why they’re particularly proud of their episode that talked about a scandal the Canadian Prime Minister was involved in
  • why you need to learn to be okay with being uncomfortable to bring the best show
  • why you need to look beyond the vanity metrics of your show to see the true impact
  • why getting over their imposter syndrome has helped get high visibility guests
  • why podcasting is the perfect medium to keep your networking opportunities live during the pandemic
  • how your podcast can drive multiple arms of your content strategy
  • how Will found himself travelling with Canadian cheese across country

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Jul 23 2020 · 30mins
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Megan talks with Digital Marketer and Podcast Host Susan Diaz About Building a Podcast Infrastructure That Pays

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Have you thought about creating your own podcast but found excuses not to? Do you believe the market is already saturated? You may think it's a lot of technical work and that's just not your forte. 

With a changing effect of the COVID16 environment and time like never before maybe it's time to take action.  

In this episode,  I speak with Susan Diaz of CP Digital Marketing and Podcast Host of the successful marketing podcast "The 4 am Report" about the marketing advantage to starting your own podcast; and how to get a greater ROI on your podcasts if you have already one. 

Learn about typical mindset blocks and practically how to get started. 

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Apr 19 2020 · 31mins
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Podcasts, accents, and resistance to marketing with Susan Diaz

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My latest guest on Belief Alchemy with Megan O'Neill is marketing maverick  Susan Diaz who joined me to talk about her mindset journey as an immigrant in a new country and as the owner of industry-changing digital marketing business. 

Susan Diaz is the founder and Chief Content Strategist of c+p digital, a digital marketing agency with a strong focus on delivering effective content as a tool for conversion. Susan has a  grown-up human’s amount of experience in content. On every side of the marketing table. Advertising. Broadcast. Corporate. Digital – long before it became ‘required reading’.

She began her full-time entrepreneurial journey in 2011 as a new mom and recent immigrant to Canada and has grown c+p to a communication consultancy with deep niche knowledge in finance, technology, and health.

Susan is big on building dream teams, and her team vision involves blurring the lines between ‘agency and client’, creating a model that brings senior talent together in a way that prioritizes flexibility, accountability and growth.

 To learn more about Susan and her innovative digital marketing system, follow her @cpdig on Facebook.

Nov 07 2019 · 27mins
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EP105 New Country New Life; Navigating Life & Financial Fitness with Susan Diaz

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Susan Diaz is the founder and chief content strategist at c + p digital; a digital marketing agency focused on simplification. Susan works with notable names in health, finance, and technology as well as smaller companies that are looking for a unique approach to digital marketing. She has worked in senior positions for companies such as Jafza, Brandcom Middle East, and Fortune Promoseven. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Journalism from the University of Madras and a Digital Strategy and Communications Management Certificate from the University of Toronto.

Susan joins me today to share her experience of moving to a new country, navigating life, and finding financial fitness. She describes the challenges of immigrating and the importance of traits such as resilience and adventurism. Susan also shares how to build a strategic life plan, how to price your talent appropriately, and the importance of not being afraid of asking for help and support.

“Trust in your adventuring spirit. Find the people who will work with you and recognize that value.” - Susan Diaz

This Week on Young Money:

  • Finding success by focusing on cash flow and agility.
  • What digital marketing encompasses.
  • The challenges of the immigration journey.
  • Why you should be open to trying anything, be resilient, and use your highest talent.
  • Building a strategic plan for your life.
  • Why you should trust in your adventuring spirit.
  • Why you shouldn't be afraid of asking for support and advice.
  • Why self-employed people should price themselves with respect.

Key takeaways:

  1. Think about your mindset.
  2. Trust your adventuring spirit.
  3. Be open to learning and give yourself time.
  4. Be ready and ask for help if you need it.

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Oct 08 2019 · 32mins
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Growing Your Team using the Flexibly Connected Business Model with Susan Diaz

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In every business what starts off as an idea often turns into a part-time gig - which hopefully grows into a successful company. In this episode, we’re challenging the way you think about your business growth thought process with Susan Diaz, CEO and Founder of C+P Digital. Tune in to learn about Susan’s Flexibly-Committed business model and how your business can grow today! 

Aug 14 2019 · 27mins